Blackberry Crisp Recipe in Mini Jars Recipe

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Every year when we head up to the mountains of North Carolina, I hear the siren song of fresh blackberries calling to me. You see, we don’t have wild blackberries growing alongside the road here in Miami…come to think of it, I don’t think I’ve even seen a purposely-planted blackberry in the entire state of Florida! This Blackberry Crisp Recipe in Mini Jars pays homage to one of my favorite summertime activities: stealing blackberries off the bushes around my grandparent’s farm.

Blackberry Crisp Recipe in Mini Jars from www.TheRebelChick.com

And of course, this recipe is in little jars. Everyone is going crazy for desserts served in adorable little jars, so I thought, “why not?” Jars make for great presentation and of course there’s the added benefit of being able to prepare them in advance and they make serving so easy!

All you have to do is set them out and let the guests serve themselves when it’s time for dessert!

They are also great for packing in a picnic basket!

Mini Blackberry Crisps Recipe

Blackberry Crisp Recipe in Mini Jars

Blackberry Crisp Recipe in Mini Jars Recipe #12Bloggers
 
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Recipe type: Dessert
Ingredients
  • 2 C. blackberries
  • 10 jelly jars (4 oz.)
  • Crumble Topping
  • ½ c. rolled oats
  • ½ C. flour
  • ⅓ C. packed brown sugar
  • 4 tbs. butter or margarine, softened
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Place about 3 tbs. of blackberries into the bottom of each jelly jar.
  2. You will want to fill the jar about ½ way.
  3. Combine the rolled oats, flour, brown sugar. Using a fork, or a pastry cutter, cut in your 4 tbs. of butter or margarine until crumbly.
  4. Scoop 2-3 tbs. of crumble into your jelly jars on top of the fresh blackberries. You want the crumble to come up to the top of the jar.
  5. Bake for 25 minutes. Crust will turn golden brown.

Mini Blackberry Crisps Recipe

This recipe makes approximately 10 jelly jars. 1 jar = 1 serving.

Store them covered up (you can use the jar tops!) in the fridge up to 1 week.

Love this recipe in a jar? Well, you’re in luck because I have 11 other fun jar recipes to share this month!

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Comments

  1. says

    Oh those look so good! I’ve never made anything in a jar before, I really need to try it some time. The presentation of the jar desserts is so nice.

  2. says

    Those look incredible! I’m loving that you can make them in advance. The only trick would be not eating them all yourself before your event.

  3. says

    I love blackberries and we used to have them in my backyard before our power company came in and tore all of them down (roots and all)… it’s a long story, and makes me very sad. :( I love making desserts in jars, too.

  4. says

    I haven’t been so sure about cooking in mason jars, but I love blackberries, and that this recipe has no added sugar. Yum! You may have converted me! Also, what a great “make-the-night-before” dish for a BBQ or summer get-together. Pinned!

  5. says

    Blackberries are one of my favorite fruits (blueberries are the other). These mini crisps are so cute. Individual servings always seem extra special. Thanks for sharing!

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